COLLOQUE - THE GLOBAL COMPETITION LAW CONFERENCE - CHICAGO, 28 Oct. 2011

The way forward: Relating convergence to commitment (Chicago, 28 Oct. 2011)

THE GLOBAL COMPETITION LAW CONFERENCE The “Alternative world-antitrust framework” in the light of the twenty-first century Eleanor FOX Walter J. Derenberg Professor of Trade Regulation, New York University School of Law 1. From 1991 to 1993 I was a member of the Munich-centered project, chaired by Wolfgang Fikentscher, that produced the Draft International Antitrust Code (DIAC) of 1993. [1] That document responded to the globalization of markets and the perceived need for a world concept of competition principles and modalities of enforcement fitting for a world without parochial borders. The work product was never expected to be politically correct or politically adoptable. Rather, our charge was (led by Professor Fikentscher): Imagine the best that world antitrust law and

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  • New York University
  • Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition (Munich)

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Eleanor M. Fox, Mor Bakhoum, The way forward: Relating convergence to commitment (Chicago, 28 Oct. 2011), February 2013, Concurrences N° 1-2013, Art. N° 50695, www.concurrences.com

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